Located in the heart of Paris, in the west wing of the Palais de Chaillot on Place du Trocadéro, the National Maritime Museum unveils its new layout. A surprising journey between land and sea that sees Lamparredo, a Mestieri group company, contributing to the creation of three sections.
This place of wonders, culture and curiosities allows the public to get to know the most authentic dimension of the French maritime vocation through a completely renewed, immersive and engaging journey.
In detail, Lamparredo created a large part of the display cases containing scientific and technical instruments, decorative objects, models, photographs, sculptures, paintings and even furniture, displayed to illustrate the history of the French navy, the evolution of the art of navigation and the richness of naval sculpture.
The actual visit begins with “Cocque de Bateau”: a large choreographic structure, built by the SOMEC group subsidiary, which replicates the bow of a life-size stylized ship and reproduces, inside, an immersive marine environment.
The third section created by Lamparredo is “La Gran Vague”. In the area dedicated to storms and shipwrecks, the visitor can enter an interactive space dominated – as the name suggests – by an immense wave, to be transported a thousand miles from the mainland and thus experience the dangers of the sea.